Rotary Club welcomes new president

Rotary Club welcomes new president

A new president will lead the affairs of the Rotary Club of Antigua Sundown as of July 1. He is Julian Wilkins who recently returned to his homeland after working overseas for many years, a release said. “Even though we are going through a difficult period with this...
‘Good Samaritan’ flies pregnant Antiguan home

‘Good Samaritan’ flies pregnant Antiguan home

Pregnant student Sheniequa Lewis is now safe in quarantine in her homeland of Antigua, days after Trinidad’s Guardian Media highlighted her struggles to return home. On Saturday, Lewis boarded a flight on which the Ministry of National Security organised for her to...
Carifesta plans to be scaled back

Carifesta plans to be scaled back

By Carlena Knight As the world continues to reel from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has been forced to scale down next year’s edition of Carifesta. Antigua and Barbuda is to host the widely acclaimed biennial festival, which celebrates culture...
Public divided on keeping nation’s borders open

Public divided on keeping nation’s borders open

By Adia Wynter Public opinions are being shared regarding a surge in imported Covid-19 cases since the reopening of the country’s borders. People who spoke to Observer on Monday also gave their thoughts on the economic balance between lives and livelihoods. The 39...
PM accuses LIAT shareholders of selfish motives

PM accuses LIAT shareholders of selfish motives

By Carlena Knight “LIAT is going to test the commitment of leaders in this region to Caribbean integration,” declared Prime Minister Gaston Browne. Browne was speaking on the Observer AM show on Monday, following a discussion held over the weekend with leaders of...
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